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How to Knit for Beginners: 9 Free Tutorials
Learn how to knit your own Basket Weave Scarf in this two-part knitting tutorial by Onix Terevinto. These free knitting instructions will show you how easy it is to create the intricate design of the basket weave stitch. You'll be the envy of all your friends this winter!
Learn how to finish making your loom knit Crystal Scarf in this free knitting tutorial by Michael Selllick of The Crochet Crowd. In case you missed it, watch How to Loom Knit a Crystal Scarf Part 1 of 2 here.
Learn how to make an i-cord in this free video tutorial by Fayme Harper. Knitting i-cords is both a simple and versatile project. Use your own i-cords to create fancy embellishments on blankets, add them to afghans to create neat borders or use them as the handles for your new knit clutch. Once you learn how easy they are to make, you'll love finding new and innovative ways to use and enjoy them.
Watch Fayme Harper as she teaches you How to Knit Ribbing in this knitting pattern tutorial. Ribbing is a border that is commonly used on the cuffs of sweaters and is a very useful pattern to have up your sleeve!
Watch this video this video with Fayme Harper and learn how to complete a purl stitch. With a little practice, you'll be knitting in no time!
Learn how to create the beautiful seed stitch using a knitting loom. Watch Kristen from GoodKnit Kisses demonstrate in the free video tutorial, Loom Knitting How to Seed Stitch. It's a loom knitting basic you're sure to enjoy!
Welcome to our special loom knitting 101 series. Are you ready to learn how to loom knit? Once you're familiar with the types of knitting looms out there, the next step is to get a grasp on yarn. In this free tutorial from Kristen Mangus, you'll learn about different yarns and what types of projects they're used for.
Learn how to wind a skein of yarn using a Niddy Noddy in this free tutorial. Once your yarn is transformed into skeins, they will be much easier to store until they're needed for a project. It also means that when you are ready to work on something new, you can simply grab a skein of yarn and start knitting!
Are you new to knitting? Check out this free video tutorial where Fayme Harper teaches you How to Knit the Stockinette Stitch. Once you master this basic knitting stitch you'll be able to make a nice finished edge for sweaters and hats.
If you're an experienced spinner, you probably know that there is a special way to store wool roving in order to keep it safe. In this free knitting video tutorial, Rebecca from ChemKnits will show you how to braid your roving in one long strand, rather than breaking it up into three pieces. This way you'll be able to safely store your roving until you're ready to spin the wool into yarn.
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